Senior Painting and Video student Emma Hildebrandt has been Awarded the prestigious Thayer Fellowship in the Arts from SUNY. Congrats Emma!


We are excited to welcome Bastian Muhr as an Artist in Residence from Leipzig, Germany for the second half of the semester. As the Theodore Randall International Chair in Painting, Bastian will work with our students and present a public lecture.Screen Shot 2019-02-19 at 12.53.57 PM


Heidi Hahn included in Pulse at the Nerman Museum

Pulse features the works of Katherine Bradford, Heidi Hahn, Ronald Jackson, Hayv Kahraman, Toyin Ojih Odutola, and Aaron Wrinkle.


We are excited to welcome Grant Foster as an Artist in Residence for the first half of the semester. As the Theodore Randall International Chair in Painting, Grant Foster will work with our students and present a lecture on February 14th at 4:30 in Nevins Theater.

Grant Foster (b.1982, Worthing, UK), is a London based artist who works across painting, sculpture and text. He completed an MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art in 2012. Foster’s recent selected solo exhibitions include; (I’m Not Being Funny), Lychee One, London (2019); (Grant Foster) Trade Gallery, Nottingham (2018); (Ground, Figure, Sky) Tintype Gallery, London (2017); (Popular Insignia) Galleria Acappella, Naples (2016), (Salad Days) Ana Cristea Gallery, New York (2015); (Holy Island), Chandelier Projects, London (2014).

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Whitney Hubbs

Casemore Kirkeby 

January 27, 2018 – March 3, 2018


e1c2b7de9bd6413d86e73c3344e1e141Assistant Professor Heidi Hahn’s exhibition at Jack Hanley Gallery was reviewed in The New York Times and named in Artsy, The 15 New York Shows You Need to See This October, October 12-November 12


Jack Hanley Gallery

The Boston Globe reviewed Associate Professor Stephanie McMahon’s paintings in the exhibition Abstract Systems at Lasell College Wedeman Gallery, MA, curated by Lisa Reindorf and Andrea Foggle Plotkin. The full article by Cate McQuaid can be seen here: Boston Globe -Approaching Abstraction Systematicallymcmahon_drift


Assistant Professor of Photography Lydia McCarthy presents Ego Death, a solo exhibition at 106 Green, Brooklyn, March 19th-April 16th

ART F CITY lists Ego Death among “Must-See Art Events”


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February 22, 2017

Nevins Theater
This event is free and open to the public.

The Division of Drawing, Painting and Photography is pleased to present visiting artist Jeff Whetstone.

Jeff Whetstone’s photographs and films imagine rural America through lenses of anthropology and mythology. Whetstone’s Post-Pleistocene photographs illuminate the depths of wild caves in Alabama and Tennessee, where layers of human markings reveal millennia of cultural evolution. His ongoing New Wilderness project portrays a human-centric American wilderness and questions how our cultural connection to the mythology of the wild is revealed in contemporary times. Whetstone’s work interrogates the stereotypes of rural people–ignorance, poverty, and self-destruction–and explores the complicated bond between people and the landscape.

Whetstone’s work has been exhibited widely in group and solo exhibitions, including the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Karyn Lovegrove in Los Angeles and Higher Pictures and Wallspace in New York. In 2007 he received a Guggenheim Fellowship his work New Wilderness and his work has been reviewed in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, and Art News, among others. Whetstone is represented by Julie Saul in New York and is currently a Professor of Visual Arts at Princeton University.